Top 5 reading list for parents 5/8-5/15

by ParentCo. May 15, 2015

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Does Generation X have a parenting problem? Possibly. Probably. But doesn't every generation? A thoughtful essay from Anjali Enjeti. Take a look! It's in a book! A reading rainbow! (Admit it. You sang that as you read it.) Indulge your nostalgia and get the next generation excited about reading by checking out their new site which launched this week. Read about the launch here. On the fence about buying an Apple watch? KJ Dell'Antonia makes a great case for wearing one. Your kids. This poster, designed for the Dutch design poster, De Volkskrant, for their photo documentary, "Food", is the most visually pleasing satisfying thing we've seen all week. These 21 statistics that reveal just how much stuff we own are mind boggling. Yard sale this weekend, anyone?
 Enjoy the weekend! Pick some flowers!



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